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Its unique programmed approach really works! Many thousands of students have found that they understand and excel through using this book. It takes you through the mathematics in a step-by-step fashion with a wealth of examples and exercises. The text demands that you engage with it by asking you to complete steps that you should be able to manage from previous examples or knowledge you have acquired, while carefully introducing new steps. By working with the authors through the examples, you become proficient as you go. By the time you come to trying examples on your own, confidence is high. In Matrices an emphasis on eigenvalues and eigenvectors and the introduction of the Cayley–Hamilton theorem Basics Of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering (AC & DC Machines) Books
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This book represents a masterpiece in clear exposition. It takes the patient reader from quite basic mathematics through to that required by third year undergraduates in engineering and physical science courses in planned, frame-based, systematic and methodical steps. Each chapter has revision summaries, revision exercises and quizzes together with answers. Even mathematics undergraduates would probably benefit from it as part of their reading diet. I studied engineering for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, and this book was invaluable throughout. Whenever another text was needed, it was the principles explained with such beautiful clarity within this book that opened the door for the other texts to be comprehensible. My copy now resides with my sister who is using it to study postgraduate physics. She also notes the limitations on scope, but in regard to a physics degree, and at the same time shares my own high regard for it. K. A.Stroud was formerly Principal Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Coventry University, UK. He is also the author of Foundation Mathematics and Advanced Engineering Mathematics, companion volumes to this book.
Includes an expanded Foundation section including new chapters on Graphs, Trigonometry, Binomial Series and Functions. The best-selling introductory mathematics textbook for students on engineering and science degree and pre-degree courses. Sales stand at more than half a million copies world-wide.